Prairie Diva

Director: Graham Street, Shaun Cameron, Diane Nelson
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Diane Nelson

Wine, woman and song! Join the Prairie Diva as she showcases the bounty of Southwestern Manitoba.


To watch Prairie Diva:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Fibe TV App.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Bargain-hunting at a thrift store, our Diva scores some great garments, sees an old friend, meets a new one, and foolishly falls in love.

Episode 2

This Diva can't dance. And she wants to change that. So a flamenco dancer pal tries to teach her some moves. But the effort is all in vain.

Episode 3

Ice fishing - in a fur coat? That's definitely Diva style. She tries her luck on this chilly adventure and lands a big one (well, sort of)!

Episode 4

Golf and wine - really? But the Prairie Diva gives it her all, and though she's out of her element, she ends up having a (mostly) fun time.

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